Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The way to protect a Wii remote

Protect Wii remote

Certain hazards come with playing tennis, bowling and baseball in your living room. Unfortunately, some people have learned this the hard way through an accidentally-thrown Wii remote. Considering the value of a Nintendo Wii and the value of other things around your living room, such as your television, you may want to take some steps to protect your Wii remote and your living room!
protect Wii remote

1. Use the Wii remote wrist strap. Secure the strap tightly around your wrist before you play and check it routinely to make sure it has not loosened. This is not a perfect solution, as even with the strap the Wii remote could detach. However, it is the quickest, cheapest and easiest--a necessary first step.

2. Check to see if you need a new strap for your Wii remote. Nintendo is offering to replace straps on some Wii remotes with sturdier straps. To see if you need a sturdier strap, go to Nintendo's website and click on "Important Safety Information for Playing Wii."

3. Reinforce the strap with some fishing line. Place one end of the fishing line through the Wii remote where the strap connects and the other through the strap itself. Then, bring the ends together and tie a solid knot. This will ensure the Wii remote strap does not become separated from the Wii remote.

4. Get an invisible Wii remote shield. The invisible shield is a film that covers your Wii remote and protects it from scratches and dings.

5. Choose a colorful Wii remote silicon case for a more stylish look. These silicon cases fit over your remote with holes for the buttons. They will also protect your remote from dings and scratches and come in a variety of colors. Search Amazon for "Wii remote silicon case."

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